Below is a summory of the orig post, Thanks
I had gotten the Vista Antivirus 2012 malware on my computer 12/1 and followed misc steps on the internet to get rid of it(mwb shows clean log now), now when i boot up in normal mode i get BSOD after about 15 seconds or so as everytings loading up.. i do recall when i first got the malware/virus i seen a black screen with alot of scrolling text on it that pretty much looked like it was going thru every file on the computer, so i did a hard boot to power off the system incase it was trying to spread
im able to boot into safe mode with no problems and safe mode with networking, but it is local only and wont allow anything to access the internet(update malwarebytes definitions, update antivirus definitions, etc)so anything i need on it i have to d/l on this one and transfer to that one using a flash drive
Gateway GT5411E - Vista Home Premium 32 bit w/sp2, Intel Pentium D 2.80 ghz, Nvidia Geforce 7900 gs, 2gb Ram, 250gb HD
Misc suggestions from internet tried so far(all from safe mode, no particular order):
Reinstalled Video card drivers, Intel Chipset drivers, Intel pro network driver, Sigmatel HD Audio driver, Using the recovery cd that came with computer and selecting repair(couldnt find anything wrong), last known good configuration (couldnt find one), system restore (couldnt find prev restore points), bootcfg /rebuild(nothing happend that i can tell), chkdsk /r(cant open volume and relaunched windows on reboot), combofix (window opened but set there for couple hours without doing anything so i closed it), d/l and intalled bluescreenview(shows ntoskrnl.exe and raspptp.sys highlighted in red), memory test(passed), removed creative x-fi sound card, selective startup(no effect, windows only vs all), and a couple more that i dont remember off the top of my head since ive tinkered with it couple hours at a time over the last few days.
Per crytodans recomendations the following programs have also been done(logs posted in orig topic):
SUPERAntiSpyware, GMER, TDSSKiller, & DDS